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General Resources on Mexican/Mesoamerican History
Ancient Mexico (articles on history and culture, maps, and more) (Patrick Olivares)
Historical Texts Archive: Mexico (links to articles ranging across time) (Donald J. Mabry, Mississippi State U.)
Lanic: Mexico (links, many annotated, for internet research on Mexico) (U. Texas, Austin)
Mexico Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Mesoamerican Archaeoastronomy (virtual exhibits on the Maya, the Aztec, and the Anasazi) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Mesoamerica Art: Web Resources (numerous links, arranged by area) (California State U., Los Angeles)
A Country Study: Mexico (sections with articles on pre-Columbian to modern history, plus information on government, economy, culture, and more) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
William Hickling Prescott History of the Conquest of Mexico, with a Preliminary View of Ancient Mexican Civilization, and the Life of the Conqueror, Hernando Cortes (e-text) (U. Virginia)
World History Archives: Mexico History Archives (history with a labor-issues focus) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
The Aztecs
Ancient Middle America: Aztecs/ Nahuatl/ Tenochtitlán (maps, timelines, links to articles, and more) (Timothy G. Roufs, U. Minnesota, Duluth)
Bibliography on Aztec History (annotated) (Ricardo J. Salvador, Indiana State U.)
Aztec Culture (virtual exhibit, within a larger "emuseum"; includes bibliography) (Minnesota State U.)
GB Aztec Manuscripts (information and images of various Aztec manuscripts, as well as links, within the GB Online section on Mesoamerica)
The Aztec Civilization (virtual exhibit, within larger site devoted to archaeoastronomy) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Conquistadors: The Fall of the Aztecs (overview and images, within a site focused on Hernan de Cortes) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Conquest of the Aztec Empire: Hernán Cortés (overview, within "The European Voyages of Exploration" site) (U. Calgary)
Bryan Pavlovich Hernando Cortez (historical overview by a high school student, with images and bibliography)
Resources on Aztec & Mayan Law  (annotated bibliography) (Tarlton Law Library, U. Texas, Austin)
The Spanish Invasion: Cortés and La Malinche (part 1 of multi-page historical overview of the conquest of Mexico, within the MEChA site) (MECHA, California State U., Los Angeles)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) The Mexica/ Aztecs (historical overview, within the World Civilizations site)
the Nahuatl Home Page (includes links page) (John F. Schwaller, U. Minnesota, Morris)
Modern Mexico
Mexico: From Empire to Revolution (virtual exhibit using photographs; flash and html versions) (Getty Museum, Los Angeles)
Mexican Independence (historical overview, links to documents, and images) (Sons of Dewitt Colony Texas)
The Mexican Revolution
Cindy Baxman (San Diego U.) Border Revolution (essay on the US-Mexican border from 1910-20)
Lynn Davies (U. of Arizona) History of the Mexican Revolution (overview, with images; part of a larger "Women and the Mexican Revolution" site)
Emiliano Zapata (articles by time, primary documents, images, and more) (Paco Garay)
The US-Mexican War
K. Jack Bauer Mexican War (overview) (U. of Texas at Austin Library and the Texas State Historical Ass.
The Mexican War and California (articles) (California Military Museum)
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (historical background, with complete text of treaty) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Juan Villegas (U. of San Diego) The Treaty of Gudalupe Hidalgo (overview and images, with relevant links)
Paul R. Machula The Mexican War (history about Arizona and the Mexican War)
Mexican War (maps and military information) (US Military Academy, West Point, NY)
David Saville MUzzey (Columbia U.) The Mexican War (excerpts from 1911 text, plus images) (Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco)
John D. Sloat The Mexican War and California: The Sloat Proclamation (1846)(The California Military Museum)
The US-Mexican War (1846-1848) (timeline, essays, and links) (PBS.org)
The U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-48 (overview and images) (Brazuria County Historical Museum, Angleton, TX)
The U.S. Mexican War (historical articles and images) (Descendants of Mexican War Veterans)
The U.S. Mexican War: 1846-1848 (essays, images, and a timeline) (PBS Online)
Borgia Group of Unknown Provenience [sic] (manuscript information, images, and bibliography) (GB Online)
Five Views: A History of Mexican Americans in California (National Park Service)
Mixtec Codices (manuscript images, information, and bibliography) (GB Online)

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